Now that the book, the prequel, and the movie have all been released and zombie fans everywhere have gotten a taste for brains…well, books…it’s time to meet the author himself. The creative genius behind Warm Bodies, the delightful reimagining of Romeo & Juliet undead-style, Isaac Marion, will be joining GoodEReader for a live Spreecast on Thursday, February 7th, at 9:00pm Eastern.
Marion will talk about his experience in publishing as one of the newly-dubbed hybrid authors, as well as give readers insight into the beguiling characters of R and Julie.
To participate in a Spreecast, create a free login and either click the link below at the appointed time or simply find the event on the home page of Spreecast once the event is on the air. Participants can interact with Marion two ways; first, they can video chat during the event by making sure they have a webcam and the latest version of Flash player installed or second, they can simply view the entire event and interact through the typewritten chat box on the screen.
This Spreecast is being sponsored by a number of zombie-themed companies and individual who have all generously provided promotional items to the Spreecast participants. Simon and Schuster will be giving away ten autographed copies of Warm Bodies, and Zola Books will be giving away ebook copies of the recently released prequel. PHI eManagement will be providing us with some helpful survival tips when faced with zombies, and be giving away a Zombie Apocalypse Preparedness Kit. Singer/songwriter Stephanie Mabey–creator of “The Zombie Song”–will appear to talk about what it takes to make a zombie-human relationship work, and give away her latest album. ZombieMart.com will talk to us about making good wardrobe choices in the event of a zombie attack, while giving away T-shirts. Two additional well-known authors, Jesse James Freeman and Tim Miller, will each give away copies of their own undead novels and several Amazon gift cards.
Atria Books has provided some autographed print editions of the books to give away to readers who share this article via social media. The link to the upcoming event is HERE and is available for scheduling and RSVP.